(Photograph: Royal Collection Trust) A life sized, ceramic sculpture group of a male and female American Bald Eagle with two chicks. Male at right standing upright; female to left, wings spread, bending over chicks. On a rocky base mounted on moulded wooden base with a brass plaque. This sculpture made in 1982, was inspired by the words from Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and the adoption in 1782 of the Bald Eagle as the American national emblem. Presented to Queen Elizabeth II by the artist, Michael Tandy, in 1982.
Orders are now being taken for this stunning limited edition bronze Falcon. Orders strictly limited to 9 discerning buyers. Contact my agent, Nigel Coward, via email@example.com for more details.
Michael Tandy was born in Worcestershire in 1942. He is a prolific sculptor and painter (often likened to the style of Renoir) of many subjects that have inspired him in his long career as a professional artist. “I paint and sculpt whatever pleases me at the time, and have covered an array of subjects in many different mediums, from ceramics to foundry bronze, water colours to oils.” On completion of his life size Peacock Sculpture, Michael simply said – “If it sounds difficult, then do it, as no great works are ever easy.” Michael is a former Professional Snooker Promoter…
This pair of Ceramic Black Rhino’s was produced for the Prince of Wales in 1981. Here Michael can be seen adding the finishing touches…
This is a foundry bronze, of which only 9 were produced.
Michael showing his life size Peregrine Falcon, produced in his Wiltshire studio.
Ceramic sculpture from artists own studio.
The large oil of this can be seen on WikiMedia. A smaller watercolour can be seen in St Pauls Cathedral, London. Original now at BRITISH MUSEUM, LONDON.
Michael Tandy’s 7ft tall (life sized) sculpture of a Peacock. Cast in foundry bronze and cast marble paste, parts of which are finished in 24ct gold and white gold. This is a unique piece, with only one produced worldwide. First exhibited in Dubai, before being sold to a UK art collector.
Michael and noted artist friend Anthony Fry at his Wiltshire Studio.
This fun portrait is of the Artists friend Edward, who wished to be painted in a ‘jovial’ way!
Oil on canvas of inflatable monkey with half eaten banana, titled “How”
This poignant painting is a work in progress as tribute to the loss of the Artists brother, Lawrence. The clock reflects that he died before his first birthday. Original now at BRITISH MUSEUM, LONDON.
This poignant painting is a work in progress as tribute to the loss of the Artists brother, Lawrence. The clock reflects that he died before his first birthday.
Mike, aka Mr. Trick Shots, UK Pro/Coach, and his wife Joy, sponsored a trip for 29 school-aged kids from the Pattaya Orphanage to enjoy an afternoon of Snooker Trick Shots at the Inter Snooker Club in Naklua. Mike is available to perform Snooker trick Shots should anyone like to make a special occasion a more memorable one.